Topics from this paper
Survival and prognosis of young adults with gastric cancer
Overall survival was similar among age groups, and metastatic disease at diagnosis was the only factor associated with a poorer prognosis in YA, suggesting that younger patients deserve special attention regarding the detection of early stage disease. Expand
SHOWING 1-10 OF 75 REFERENCES
Perfil clínico-epidemiológico das neoplasias de estômago atendidas no Hospital do Câncer do Instituto do Câncer do Ceará, no período 2000-2004
Soroprevalência e fatores associados à infecção pelo Helicobacter pylori em doadores de medula óssea de São Paulo
O fator de maior significância para a aquisicao do HP foi a escolaridade, seja individual ou materna, o que sugere that os habitos higienicos e comportamentais possam ser determinantes da infeccao. Expand
Eficácia do regime terapêutico empregando a associação de pantoprazol, claritromicina e amoxicilina, durante uma semana, na erradicação do Helicobacter pylori em pacientes com úlcera péptica
The conclusion is that the association of pantoprazole, amoxicillin and clarithromycin administered during 7 days is an effective and well-tolerated alternative as regards the eradication of H. pylory in patients with peptic ulcer in Brazil. Expand
Tea and coffee consumption and the risk of digestive tract cancers: data from a comparative case-referent study in Japan
- Cancer Causes & Control
The results suggest the potential for protective effect against site-specific digestive tract cancer by consumption of green tea and coffee, although most associations are limited only to the upper category of intake and have no clear explanation for site- specificity. Expand
Epidemiology of gastric cancer.
- World journal of gastroenterology
Diverging trends in the incidence of gastric cancer by tumor location suggest that they may represent two diseases with different etiologies, and strategies for primary prevention are discussed. Expand
Risk factors for stomach cancer in Brazil (II): a case-control study among Japanese Brazilians in São Paulo.
- Japanese journal of clinical oncology
The introduction of the habit of daily beef consumption among Japanese immigrants and their descendants may be associated with stomach cancer risk, and the protective effect of fruit consumption was confirmed in this population. Expand
Gastric cancer in Brunei Darussalam: epidemiological trend over a 27 year period (1986-2012).
- Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP
There is a declining trend in the incidence of gastric cancer and higher rates were observed in men and Chinese, as well as Expatriate and Malay populations compared to the Chinese. Expand
Gastric cancer screening and subsequent risk of gastric cancer: A large‐scale population‐based cohort study, with a 13‐year follow‐up in Japan
- International journal of cancer
It is suggested that gastric cancer screening may be associated with a reduced risk of mortality from gastric cancers, with a 13‐year follow‐up in Japan. Expand
Decrease in prevalence of Helicobacter pylori infection during a 10-year period in Brazilian children.
- Arquivos de gastroenterologia
A significant decrease in the prevalence of H pylori infection is suggested in the younger age group and in patients with epigastric pain, mainly observed in children submitted to upper digestive endoscopy. Expand